'Fat Man' was the codename for the atomic bomb that was detonated over Nagasaki, Japan, by the United States on August 9, 1945. The bomb was 128 inches (3,300 mm) long, 60 inches (1,500 mm) in diameter, and weighed 10,200 pounds (4,600 kg) (wikipedia)
Originally created with 3ds Max.
This model is suitable for use in broadcast, high-res film close-ups, advertising, design visualization, etc.
This model contains 35 objects collected in group.
Modeled for subdivision - only quads and tris polygons.
This model contains 41370 polygons with TurboSmooth OFF This model contains 1320816 polygons with TurboSmooth ON (set to 2 iterations.)
Model Features: 1. Modeled for Subdivision - Quads and tris only 2. Real-world scale (cm) 3. Unique and meaningful names for objects, materials, textures 4. Model centered at origin 5. Clean UVs. Fully unwrapped. Without overlaps. 6. No Poles (no more than 5 edges per vertex) 7. No T-vertexes This product includes 3ds Max versions with and without V-Ray (separate downloads).
No third-party renderer (for Vray scene you will need V-Ray 1.5 or higher) or plug-ins needed.